Java Concurrency in Practice by Brian Goetz, David Holmes, Doug Lea, Joseph Bowbeer, Joshua Bloch, Tim Peierls
Java Concurrency in Practice Brian Goetz, David Holmes, Doug Lea, Joseph Bowbeer, Joshua Bloch, Tim Peierls ebook
ISBN: 0321349601, 9780321349606
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
The memory model docs and Java Concurrency in Practice (Brian Goetz, et al) are silent on this. A JavaWorld article on Java client multicore processing is also good. Bill Pugh once wrote that Reference.referent should be volatile to prevent a data race, but jdk1.6 source shows it is not. NotifyAll() will trigger the event and wake up Thread A. Doug Lea's Concurrency Property Checklist is also a good link once you have the basics down. My doubt over here is How come the example is multi-producer and single. Brian Goetz, Tim Peierls, Joshua Bloch, Joseph Bowbeer, David Holmes, Doug Lea, Java Concurrency in Practice English | 2006-05-19 | ISBN: 0321349601 | 384. Every Java programmer must read it. Eric Lunt, FeedBurner's CTO – has a review up of the book Java Concurrency in Practice . Brian Goetz, David Holmes, Doug Lea, Joseph Bowbeer, Joshua Bloch, Tim Peierls. Here's a link to a collection of Java concurrency source code examples on the Java Concurrency in Practice website. Understanding the Java memory model can also be extremely helpful. Java.Concurrency.in.Practice.pdf. Links to great resources regarding Java concurrency, multicore programming, and the Java memory model. While i was going through JCP book i found an example of logger in Listing 7.13. In an environment where transactions need to happen in nanoseconds with 100% reliability proper understanding of concurrency is a must. I recently read Java Concurrency in Practice by Brian Goetz. Wait and notify is an old mechanism but still a popular interview subject – avoid to use it in practice. Prefer concurrency utilities to wait and notify).